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The 23rd IAHR APD Congress will be organized by the Department of Ocean Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology Madras, Chennai, with the support of the allied departments of the institute.
The Indian Institute of Technology Madras (IIT Madras) was founded in the year 1959. It is situated in the south Indian city Chennai (formerly known as Madras). The Institute is a self-contained, beautiful, green residential campus of about 250 hectares with all the modern amenities and support services. The Conference will be organized by Department of Ocean Engineering which is a center of excellence in the field of Coastal, Ocean, port Engineering, Inland navigation, sedimentation problems and allied departments are involved in a variety of problems related to Fluid Mechanics, Hydraulics, water resources and Management.
NOC from the Ministry of Education
The objective of the current IAHR APD congress series is to bring together scientists, engineers and researchers in the region to share their ideas and experiences in the area of hydraulic research including Maritime Hydraulics. The main theme of the 23rdh congress is Water-From Land to Sea- Conservation and Management. The Asia-Pacific rim has been experiencing floods as well as water problems forcing Researchers to work towards conservation, mitigation and also to cope up with the climate change effects on the water Resources. The 2015 flood in Chennai and the recent mammoth floods in China are examples. The sedimentation hampering smooth transport through navigable rivers, closure of river mouths, coastal erosion are problems that are perineal needing attention. The climate change adds a new dimension to the problems aforementioned. The 23rd IAHR APD Congress will provide an excellent forum for exchange of ideas and experience among scientists, engineers and researchers with a common interest in water environment and hydraulic problems.
Main Theme: Water – From Land to Sea – Conservation and Management